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Best Note-Taking Apps for the iPad

Best Note-Taking Apps for the iPad

Pencils down. And pens. As more and more business users adopt tablets and schools hand out iPads to students--all 655,000 kids in the Los Angeles Unified School District are getting one--finding the b...

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Notes Plus Review

Notes Plus Review

Notes Plus isn't cheap, but comes full of features for those who want more than just a basic note-taking app.

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Notability Review

Notability Review

Notability lets you take and sync handwritten and audio notes, organize them how you like and save them to the cloud.

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Noteshelf Review

Noteshelf Review

Noteshelf comes decked out with bells and whistles, such as password protection and palm rejection, but is this note-taking app worth its asking price?

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Google Hangouts Review

Google Hangouts Review

A replacement for Google Talk, Google Hangouts adds group message and video chat, but its quality could be better.

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TextPlus (2013) Review

TextPlus (2013) Review

TextPlus offers free messaging and voice calls, but has fewer features than its competitors.

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Textfree Review

Textfree Review

This free app lets you chat and text for free -- including with Facebook friends -- but is the price to call worth it?

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Facebook Messenger Review

Facebook Messenger lets you send free messages with a handy new Chat Heads feature, as well as make calls and send photos to your Facebook friends.

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Apple iPhone 5 (T-Mobile) Review

Apple iPhone 5 (T-Mobile) Review

T-Mobile's iPhone 5 may be late to the game, but it offers fast LTE speeds, HD Voice calling and value-priced, contract-free plans.

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Viber Review

Viber Review

The Viber app lets you text, call and share photos and videos for free using a well-designed interface. It tops our list of messaging apps.

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WhatsApp Review

WhatsApp Review

WhatsApp lets you group message and send photos and videos via an easy-to-use interface--without having to pay texting fees to your carrier.

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Digital Allowance Apps for Parents and Kids

Digital Allowance Apps for Parents and Kids

The average American child receives $15 per week in allowance, whether it's through a debit card, cold hard cash or an  iTunes account. That adds up to $780 per year, which is far from chump change ...

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